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Moray And Speyside


Scotland’s north-east, between the River Dee and Spey. It lies not just in the hills, but partly beyond them. Explore it’s peerless coastline and enjoy watching the dolphins play in the tides of the Moray Firth. This is a holiday experience for those who enjoy somewhere different. This corner of Scotland was bypassed by some of the main events in Scotland’s stormy history, allowing many of it’s castles to survive.

Whatever the truth, the many castles built to the west and north of Aberdeen, around the Rivers Dee and Don – represent the finest flowering of Scotland’s castle building tradition. The very best of those lie on a signposted trail, which leads to 16th century Crathes Castle. See the painted ceilings and colourful garden. Or explore Fyvie Castle and it’s superb collection of paintings.¬†Find your perfect holiday cottage in Moray and Speyside today with Discover Scotland.

 
 

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Moray And Speyside



Speyside and Moray is famed for its Whisky and is also home to two of Scotland’s most well-known and loved brands, Walkers Shortbread and Johnstons Cashmere (of Elgin).

The region sits equal distance from Aberdeen (in the east) and Inverness (central Highlands) and is packed with character-filled small towns and villages such as Forres and Grantown-on-Spey.

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The Malt Whisky Trail | Across the Region

The Malt Whisky Trail spans the Moray Speyside region and is the best way to savour some of Scotland’s most iconic distilleries and Single Malts. The trail is made up of nine locations.

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The Speyside Way | Cairngorms to Moray Coast

The Speyside Way is one of four long distance walking routes in Scotland, running from the edge of the Cairngorms to Buckie on the Moray Coast. The trail covers a distance of approximately 65 miles.

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Castle to Cathedral to Cashmere | Explore Elgin

The Castle to Cathedral to Cashmere experience tells the story of the buildings, past and present, those who visited the town and those who lived and worked in the town of Elgin.

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WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre | Fochabers

Looking for an experience like no other? Visit the WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre at Fochabers, Moray and spot the amazing Bottlenose Dolphins and various other mammals and birds.

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